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Update at 8:44 am: The University of Missouri’s Online Emergency Information Center has released a statement saying that it has captured the suspect who posted threats in response to the recent race protests on Yik Yak and various other social media outlets. They did not identify the suspect.
“Safety is the university’s top priority and we are working hard to assure that the campus remains safe while information is obtained and confirmed.”
The center says that the suspect was not on or near the campus when the suspected posted the threats and is urging concerned students and protestors to check their website for updates.
Original story: Just one day after the resignation of University Of Missouri President Tim Wolfe, Black students were sharing frightening accounts of hate groups threatening to shoot them, chanting racial epithets and terrorizing them on campus.
On Tuesday night, the campus’ Black Culture…
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